TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Investigators in Toledo say a northwest Ohio house where an overnight blaze killed a young girl did have working smoke detectors.
The county coroner's office identified the victim as 5-year-old Olivia Cline.
Reports say Toledo firefighters pulled the girl from a second-story bedroom in the house. Crews searched the home before finding her inside.
A fire department spokesman says the house was filled with smoke when firefighters arrived, and there was no visibility inside the home.